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mitt romney brought his campaign fresh off his first debate with president obama. >> last night was an important night for the country because people got to -- [ applause ] >> a whole lot of cheering over that debate. moments before he hit the stage romney spoke with fox news about his infamous 47% remark and chastised himself fort. he said, quote, it's just completely wrong. mr. romney was no doubt pleased with the reviews of last night's debate, most of which said the former massachusetts governor got the better of president obama. matt jablow spoke tonight with the man who knows a thing or two about presidential debates and said he was just stunned by president obama's poor performance. >> i love these debate. >> reporter: as long-time political correspondent for cnn, frank cesno covered more than his share of debates. >> '84, '88, '94, 2000. >> reporter: but none more interesting than last night's duel in denver. >> because of the expectations that went in were so completely divergent from the results that came out. >> reporter: currently the director of the school of media
what topics you hope the president and mitt romney will be talking about tomorrow night, but tonya writes health care and social security. she's not the only one. chris writes passing a budget. the lack after budget is costing this country way too much. i would also like to see their plans on creating jobs. it should be a plan that increases manufacturing within all states. we want to hear from you, too. so go to the wusa 9 facebook page and tell us what you want to hear tomorrow night. you can watch the debate live on wusa 9. get to our website where we will be fact checking what the candidates say. then join us for a wrap-up of the debate at 11:00. >>> vice-president joe biden says the middle class has been buried for the last four years. the republicans couldn't agree more. during a campaign stop in charlotte, the v.p. criticized mitt romney for proposing policies that biden said would cut taxes for millionaires and raise them for middle class families. >> this is deadly earnest. how they can justify, how they can justify raising taxes in the middle class that's been buried the
of about $2,000 per middle class family. this has been agreed on by all of the independent analysts. romney's plan has to do that or he has to abandon the plan. and this is what i mean by the fact he has a good night but he's going to have a hangover tomorrow, he's got to explain now is he abandoning the 20% cuts which mainly pay for the high end or is he going to come out for some specifics about how that's not going to fall to the middle class. >> and we're going to be talking about the impact on the middle class a lot more. but we also want to find out what the younger generation has to say about tonight's debate. matt jablow is at the university of college park where students are weighing in. matted, what do they say? >> reporter: what was most compelling is not so much who the student supported. it was an overwhelmingly pro-obama crowd. but the high tech way that they express their support. >> i'm extremely excited. >> reporter: for professor phillip resnick, the first debate of 2012 is the culmination of one year's hard work. >> i'm looking forward to seeing the technology in action o
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